Women have not adapted to casual sex - Negative feelings after one-night stands
The sexual and feminist revolutions were meant to free women to enjoy casual sex just as men. Yet the negative feelings reported by women after one-night stands show that they are not well adapted to casual sexual encounters. 1743 men and women who had experienced a one-night stand were asked to rate their positive and negative feelings the following morning. 80% of men had overall positive feelings, compared to 54% of women. Men were more likely than women to secretly want their friends to hear about it, and men also showed greater sexual satisfaction, as well as a greater sense of well-being and confidence about themselves.
Woman: I've had over 160 lovers... and I'm not ashamed
When she published an erotic memoir of the most explicit kind, it was hardly surprising that she wanted to conceal her identity. After all, it's the kind of thing that would make even the most liberal-minded woman blush. As an educated professional and as the mother of two teenagers, it is understandable that Suzanne Portnoy didn't want everyone to know what she'd been getting up to in her spare time. And yet, last year, she happily published an account of her seedy journey from middleclass wife to shameless divorcee, without any sign of regret.
The Morning After - One night stand
I have two big problems with the women with whom I have one-night stands with. On one hand, I would like to pursue a relationship with half the women I sleep with; on the other hand, I wouldn't want to see the other half again even if my life depended on it. Of course, it is always the women that I am extremely attracted to that are never interested in a relationship after the one-night stand. One-night stands (ONS) can be fun, very sensual, harmless and will definitely boost your ego. But whenever you get involved in one-night stands, you have to consider 3 implications: sexually transmitted diseases, the relationship factor, and the escape plan.
The truth about one-night stands
Fair or not, men put women on two different tracks in dating: 1. Women they want a relationship with, and 2. Women they want to mess around with. Many a potential relationship is compromised in the early stages because of premature [intimacy]. Believe it or not, some men are completely turned off by the aggressive female. Dr. Rose thinks that a man whose life revolves around a series of one-night stands is a man in trouble sexually and socially because apparently he cannot communicate with a woman for more than one night.
More than a one-night-stand?
Despite your good intentions, it's happened again. A glass or two too many at the dinner party, an attractive man with a sense of humour and you've ended up with a stranger in bed. So all is not lost, except perhaps your heart. You've woken up and decided that maybe this one could be more than an overnight relationship ќ maybe he's good for the long haul. Now's the time to tread carefully, though. One-night-stands don't often lead to greater things. In fact, most people wake up to a sense of disorientation and sometimes disgust. The next morning can be a sobering experience. What to do now, if you don't want to let this one get away?
Engagement - A four-step system for avoiding risky sexual situations
(1) Stop drinking - The poll shows that `more than 60 percent of those who agree that they do drink alcohol, report having unprotected sex while under the influence of alcohol.` Surprised? Me neither. (2) Do not judge the cover - Both men and women have told me they can tell if a potential snuggle bunny `looks clean.` One guy said the woman who gave him herpes was `really fit and healthy` so he didn`t see the need for a condom.